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Economista líder del BID: "Costa Rica debe cambiar la institucionalidad fiscal"

Alberto Barreix, lead economist at the IADB, spoke about fiscal policy in Costa Rica compared to the rest of Latin America, at a conference organized by the Latin American Program. This article is in Spanish.


Alberto Barreix, economista líder del Banco Interamericano de Desarrollo, recomendó que, junto con los cambios fiscales que un país pueda llevar a cabo, también debe fortalecer la administración tributaria y darle hasta un régimen legal que le garantice cierta autonomía.


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Alberto Barreix

Principal Technical Leader in Fiscal Economics, Inter-American Development Bank
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